Hallmark Hall of Fame

Hallmark Hall of Fame (1951)

Drama

Hallmark Hall of Fame is an anthology program on American television, sponsored by Hallmark Cards, a Kansas City based greeting card company. The longest-running primetime series in the history of television, it has a historically long run, beginning during 1951 and continuing into 2013. From 1954 onward, all of its productions have been shown in color, although color television video productions were extremely rare in 1954. Many television movies have been shown on the program since its debut, though the program began with live telecasts of dramas and then changed to videotaped productions before finally changing to filmed ones. The series has received eighty Emmy Awards, twenty-four Christopher Awards, eleven Peabody Awards, nine Golden Globes, and four Humanitas Prizes. Once a common practice in American television, it is the last remaining television program such that the title includes the name of the sponsor. Unlike other long-running TV series still on the air, it differs in that it broadcasts only occasionally and not on a weekly broadcast programming schedule.

Score: 9.3/10 from 3 votes
First Air Date: 1951-12-24
Last Air Date: 2011-11-27
Total Seasons: 62
Total Episodes: 345
Status: Returning Series
In Production: 1
Network: NBC

http://online.hallmark.com/hall-of-fame


All Seasons

Season 1
First air date: 1951-12-24
Season 2
First air date: 1952-09-07
Season 3
First air date: 1953-10-04
Season 4
First air date: 1954-09-05
Season 5
First air date: 1955-10-23
Season 6
First air date: 1956-10-28
Season 7
First air date: 1957-10-17
Season 8
First air date: 1958-10-13
Season 9
First air date: 1959-10-26
Season 10
First air date: 1960-10-24
Season 11
First air date: 1961-11-30
Season 12
First air date: 1962-10-26
Season 13
First air date: 1963-11-15
Season 14
First air date: 1964-10-18
Season 15
First air date: 1965-11-18
Season 16
First air date: 1966-11-11
Season 17
First air date: 1967-12-04
Season 18
First air date: 1968-12-08
Season 19
First air date: 1969-12-06
Season 20
First air date: 1970-11-17
Season 21
First air date: 1971-11-15
Season 22
First air date: 1972-11-17
Season 23
First air date: 1973-11-28
Season 24
First air date: 1974-11-12
Season 25
First air date: 1975-10-20
Season 26
First air date: 1976-11-17
Season 27
First air date: 1977-11-16
Season 28
First air date: 1978-11-17
Season 29
First air date: 1979-11-14
Season 30
First air date: 1981-02-09
Season 31
First air date: 1981-12-01
Season 32
First air date: 1982-12-04
Season 33
First air date: 1983-12-06
Season 34
First air date: 1984-12-11
Season 35
First air date: 1985-12-09
Season 36
First air date: 1986-12-14
Season 37
First air date: 1987-11-30
Season 38
First air date: 1988-12-04
Season 39
First air date: 1989-12-03
Season 40
First air date: 1990-12-02
Season 41
First air date: 1991-12-01
Season 42
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Season 43
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Season 44
First air date: 1994-12-04
Season 45
First air date: 1995-12-10
Season 46
First air date: 1996-12-01
Season 47
First air date: 1997-11-23
Season 48
First air date: 1998-11-22
Season 49
First air date: 1999-11-21
Season 50
First air date: 2000-11-19
Season 51
First air date: 2001-11-18
Season 52
First air date: 2002-12-08
Season 53
First air date: 2004-02-04
Season 54
First air date: 2004-11-22
Season 55
First air date: 2005-11-27
Season 56
First air date: 2006-11-26
Season 58
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Season 59
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Season 2005
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Season 2009
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Season 2010
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Season 2011
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Casts

Crew

Production Diane Walsh Producer
Writing Kenneth Blackwell Writer
Writing Tennyson Flowers Writer
Writing Richard Friedenberg Writer
Writing Darlene Craviotto Writer
Writing William G. Borchert Writer
Writing John Barton Writer
Writing Paul Gallico Writer
Writing Allan Sloane Writer
Writing Michael De Guzman Writer
Writing James Lee Writer
Writing Robert Hartung Writer
Production George Schaefer Producer
Production Brent Shields Producer
Production Marcy Gross Executive Producer
Production Glenn A. Jordan Producer
Production John Erman Producer
Production Francine Lefrak Producer
Production Marian Rees Executive Producer
Production Steve Lanning Producer
Production Norman Rosemont Executive Producer
Production Gary Smith Executive Producer
Production Dwight Hemion Executive Producer
Production Walt deFaria Producer
Production Warren Lockhart Producer
Production Frank O'Connor Producer
Production George C. Scott Producer
Production David Susskind Producer
Production George LeMaire Producer
Production Alan Landsburg Producer
Production M.J. Rifkin Executive Producer
Production George Lefferts Producer
Production Lee Guthrie Producer
Production Cathleen Young Producer
Production Bruce Savin Producer